|Dmedia-Enabled Blender and Why We Need It - Terry Hancock|
Proposal video for a free-software development project to add Dmedia features to Blender, using a metaphorical 3D-animated presentation. Also the first final, fully-animated production from Anansi Spaceworks.
Keywords: blender; dmedia; lunatics; anansi spaceworks; 3d; filesystem
|"Sintel" Lib-Ray PROTOTYPE v0.2 - Terry Hancock|
Sintel (15-minute animated fantasy created by the Blender Foundation's Durian Open Movie Project) remastered in high-definition "Lib-Ray" format. This is a PROTOTYPE of the Lib-Ray free/open fixed media format for high-definition video without DRM or other "anti-features". Since it is a prototype, it comes with no guarantees about stability or compatibility, but it is best viewed using Google's Chromium web browser in full-screen mode on a system with a 1920x1080 "full HD" screen...
Keywords: lib-ray; sintel; movie; high-definition; video
|"Lunatics!" - Teaser Trailer - "No Children in Space" - Terry Hancock|
Teaser trailer (2 minutes) created for "Lunatics!" web series pilot episode, titled "No Children in Space", released July 8, 2013.Lunatics is a near-future science-fiction story about the very first permanent settlement on the Moon, being made using free-software multimedia tools, released under a free-culture license (CC By-SA 3.0). We are an entirely fan-funded project.See our site for details: http://lunatics.tvCredits for this trailer:Writer - Rosalyn HunterDirector - Terry HancockCharacte...
Keywords: sciencefiction; freeculture; freesoftware; blender; animation; 3d; lunatics; soyuz; space; moon; series; webseries; video
|Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise - Terry Hancock|
Free PDF E-book version of Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise, by Free Software Magazine columnist Terry Hancock. 290 pages with 94 illustrations Available in paperback or hardback from Free Software Magazine Press. Additional information at: http://fsmsh.com/2770 From the cover: How did they do that? Six “impossible things”: GNU/Linux, Wikipedia, the Creative Commons, the Blender Foundation, Open Hardware, and the OLPC/Sugar project...
Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto
Downloads: 9,271 (1 review)
|Nina Vision (DVD ISO with Menus) - NIna Paley (Animation), Terry Hancock (DVD)|
This is a DVD ISO designed by Terry Hancock, using a collection of animated videos by Nina Paley (already available separately on Internet Archive: http://www.archive.org/details/NinaVision). There is a tutorial at Free Software Magazine ( http://fsmsh.com/3267 ) which describes in detail how this DVD was mastered, using QDVDAuthor. As of the first upload, there are still a few issues with this master, specifically: 1) Poor video quality on the "Copying Is Not Theft" and the trailer for "Sita Si...
Keywords: nina paley; animation; fertco; fetch; lexi; pandorama; stork; cancer cells; dvd
Downloads: 189 (2 reviews)